The good news in Hamtramck continues.
Lately, the city has seen a steady progression of new businesses opening up — and city improvement projects, such as the beginning of alley repaving — continue to move forward.
Last week we reported on a major development project slated for Caniff that will go a long way toward attracting more investors. George Nosis, a Hamtramck native, recently unveiled his company’s plan to build a four-story structure that will be a combination of office and retail space on the ground floor and loft spaces on the upper three floors.
The project is expected to get underway next spring.
The development will address a growing need in the city: meeting the demand for rental dwellings. Housing in Hamtramck is becoming critically short as more and more folks are being driven out of midtown Detroit because of rapidly increasing rents.
Hamtramck is an attractive destination because of its close proximity to downtown Detroit and all of the area’s cultural hotspots. Plus, Hamtramck is not too shabby in its offering of things to do: our bars and restaurants are some of the best in the area – all within walking distance of each other.
By this time next year, Hamtramck will likely be abuzz with new folks and new investments.
Published October 20,2017